GWERU- Zimbabwe is pinning its hopes on the trio of Midlands State University (MSU) Faculty of Law students to bag the 31st edition of the Jean-Pictet Moort Court Competitions which will be held in Obernai, France, later this month, midlandsnews reports.
The trio- Ntandeyenkosi Moyo, Thulani Vincent Mututa and Tseboho Nare- are already oozing with confidence and optimistic of bringing the championship to the southern African country. The three are currently riding on a crest wave of success after they scooped the African Moort Court Championships held in Arusha, Tanzania, last year.
The impending competitions which the MSU law students are confident of winning will begin on March 16 and end on March 22, 2019. The competition involves students from law schools drawn equally from Anglophone countries across the globe.
The Midlands-based institution of tertiary education is also expanding its wings to other parts of the country. After having recently set its Zvishavane campus, MSU is also on the verge of beginning construction work on its School of Law to be built in the mining town of Kwekwe. The campus will be named after Zimbabwean President and Chancellor, Emmerson Mnangagwa.
This year’s edition of the Jean-Pictet Moort Court Competiton is being sponsored by various organizations which include the International Committee of the Red Cross, Croix-Rouge Francaise (French Red Cross), Pictet Group Charitable Foundation, Quebec, Corum, Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie (Paris), US Embassy in Pakistan, Delegation of the European Union to Russia, Lawyers Without Borders amongst others.